The Diaries of Dawn Powell - 1931-1965

Author(s): Dawn Powell; Tim Page (Introduction by, Editor)

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Dawn Powell had a brilliant mind and a keen wit and her humor was never at a finer pitch than in her diaries. And yet her story is a poignant one - a son emotionally and mentally impaired, a household of too much alcohol and never enough money, and an artistic career that, if not a failure, fell far short of the success she craved. All is recorded here - along with working sketches for her novels, and often revealing portraits of her many friends (a literary who's who of her period) - in her always unique style and without self-delusion.

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  • : 9781883642259
  • : Steerforth Press
  • : Steerforth Press
  • : 0.69445
  • : August 1998
  • : 1 Inches X 6 Inches X 9 Inches
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Dawn Powell; Tim Page (Introduction by, Editor)
  • : Paperback
  • : English
  • : 818.5/2/03
  • : 528